All posts for the month May, 2016

We Have An Advocate by Rebekkah Beene

As our granddaughter is getting ready for college life, she’s hit a few bumps in the road. Her grades have remained high and she’s an outstanding student. But signing up for college and getting the right dorm assignment, having all her money in the right place and things like that have taken some […]

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If Jesus Says You’re Okay, You’re Okay With Me by Mary Findley

Send to Kindle Our Sunday School lesson yesterday was about the conversion of Saul, or the Apostle Paul. God had to convince Ananias to go and lay hands on him to restore his sight. Saul had a reputation for murder and mayhem among believers in Christ. But God said go and Ananias went. Some people […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Ps. 103:12 He has removed our rebellious acts as far away from us as the east is from the west. How can it be? How can God take our sin away from us and cast them away from himself and us as far as the east is from the west? How is it […]

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In Defense by Sherry Chamblee

My husband calls me the ‘defense attorney’ of the family. I will try and figure out alternative reasons for people having done whatever it is they just did… give them reasons, excuses, perhaps they didn’t mean it that way or they misunderstood. And ya know, this also translates to me. I want to […]

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Similes and Metaphors: The Algorithms of the Novel by Precarious Yates

Algorithm. It’s a word that’s thrown around a lot lately. Basically, an algorithm is a way to sort things, or, rather, the best way to sort things. It’s a very math-y and sciency term. So how on earth could a novel have an algorithm? The last time I wrote for Grace & Faith […]

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A long time ago, in Galilee far, far away… by Mark Malcolm

May the 4th is typically referred to as Star Wars day; May the 4th be with you. This is a play on words from the film franchise Star Wars and the body of warriors who defend goodness called the Jedi Knights who wish each other well by saying, “May the Force be with […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Ps. 103:12 He has removed our rebellious acts as far away from us as the east is from the west. How can it be? How can God take our sin away from us and cast them away from himself and us as far as the east is from the west? How is it […]

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Love Your Life Now by Daniel Colston

Thomas Watson was a seventeenth century Puritan preacher in England. He wrote a brilliant book called The Art of Divine Contentment where he stated, “You would think it were excellent if I could prescribe a remedy or antidote against poverty. Behold, here is that which is more excellent, for a man to be […]

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